Android Session in Google I/O

Android Session

The List of Android Session held in Google I/0 from 2008. Hope this list will help people understand the Android Eco-System, and also can search video based on the topics.

2012

Day 1

1. What’s New in Android?
2. Android Apps in Google Play
3. The Sensitive Side of Android
4. Google Play: Marketing 101 for Developers
5. Android Fireside Chat
6. Monetizing Android Apps
7. New Low-Level Media APIs in Android
8. Making Android Apps Accessible

Day 2

  1. What’s New in Android Developers’ Tools
  2. Making Good Apps Great: More Advanced Topics for Expert Android Developers
  3. Google Cloud Messaging for Android
  4. Doing More With Less: Being a Good Android Citizen
    5. Multi-Versioning Android User Interfaces
  5. ADK 2.0
  6. New YouTube Android Player Tools
  7. For Butter or Worse: Smoothing Out Performance in Android UIs
  8. Up Close and Personal: NFC and Android Beam
  9. Building Android Applications that Use Web APIs

Day 3

  1. Ten Things Game Developers Should Know
  2. So You’ve Read the Design Guide; Now What?
  3. Navigation in Android
  4. Playing with Patterns
  5. Android Design for Success
  6. Android WebView
  7. Measuring the End-to-End Value of Your App
  8. Security and Privacy in Android Apps

2011

  1. 3D Graphics on Android – Lessons learned from Google Body
  2. Android App Engine – A Developers Dream Combination
  3. Android Development Tools
  4. Android Market for Developers
  5. Android Protips – Advanced Topics for Expert Android App Developers
  6. Android Open Accessory API and Development Kit (ADK)
  7. Bringing C and C Games to Android
  8. Building Aggressively Compatible Android Games
  9. Best Practices for Accessing Google APIs on Android
  10. Building Android Apps for Google TV
  11. Designing and Implementing Android UIs for Phones and Tablets
  12. Dont just build a mobile app. Build a business.
  13. Evading Pirates and Stopping Vampires
  14. Honeycomb Highlights
  15. How to NFC
  16. HTML5 versus Android – Apps or Web for Mobile Development
  17. Leveraging Android Accessibility APIs To Create An Accessible Experience
  18. Memory management for Android Apps
  19. Optimizing Android Apps with Google Analytics
  20. Taking Android to Work

BootCamp:-

  1. I/O BootCamp 2011: Beginner’s Guide to Android
  2. I/O BootCamp 2011: Mapping Options for Mobile Devices

2010

  1. A beginner’s guide to Android
  2. Writing real-time games for Android redux
    3. The world of ListView
  3. Casting a wide net: how to target all Android devices
  4. Android UI design patterns
  5. Developing Android REST client applications
  6. A JIT Compiler for Android’s Dalvik VM
  7. Writing zippy Android apps
  8. Advanced Android audio techniques
  9. Building push applications for Android
  10. Fireside chat with the Android team    Fireside Chats,
    12. Fireside chat with Android handset manufacturers
  11. Analyzing and monetizing your Android & iPhone apps

2009

  1. A General-purpose Caching Architecture for Offline-capable Web Applications with HTML 5 Databases or Gears
  2. Android Lightning Talks
  3. Coding for Life — Battery Life, That Is
  4. Debugging Arts of the Ninja Masters
  5. How Do I Code Thee? Let Me Count the Ways
  6. Looking Beyond the Screen: Text-To-Speech and Eyes-Free Interaction on Android
  7. Mastering the Android Media Framework
  8. Pixel Perfect Code: How to Marry Interaction and Visual Design the Android Way
  9. Supporting Multiple Devices with One Binary
  10. Turbo-charge your UI: How to Make your Android UI Fast and Efficient
  11. Writing Real-Time Games for Android

Tech Talks

  1. Bespin and the Open Web
  2. Big Modular Java with Guice
  3. Do You Believe in the Users?
  4. Even Faster Websites
  5. Ignite Google I/O
  6. Mercurial on BigTable
  7. The Myth of the Genius Programmer

2008

  1. Google Gears for Mobile: Power Up your Mobile Web App
  2. An Introduction to Android
  3. Inside the Android Application Framework
  4. Mobile Mashups
  5. Dalvik VM Internals
  6. Building an Android Application 101
  7. Anatomy & Physiology of an Android
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